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  1. Mr Johnny B called and here I come (albeit late). I have missed this place and missed all of you. But social media seems to have rendered discussion forums obsolete, more so that the type of propaganda you complain about is more prevalent here than in social media (there it's a simple line, here an essay). Still, since Holac's idea of summoning ghosts works, how about we call more back? @N.O.R.F @Juxa @Serenity @Abtigiis @xiinfaniin @Jacaylbaro @nuune @STOIC @Valantinah (well that didn't work)
  2. So, in typical geel jire style, I joined everyone else that ran away to Facebook. It's great. You get to see people, be open and post selfies while standing next to someone's elses expensive car. Alas, it's not SOL. There is no mystery to it and I am starting to miss that. I want to have a heated argument with a random name only to discover later that he was made a minister in Somalia. I want to interact with school kids and watch them grow up to be parents. I want to talk to Sweedish rascals about god and the universe. I want SOL. So here's me sending an SOS to all the scattard nomads; come back, it's raining here. (hello all).
  3. 2016 - Hargeisa, Somaliland Members of the Kulmiye Party have complained to the British Government about the level of aid and assistance it provides to the Somaliland Armed Forces. Mr Hersi Ali Haji Adan, a former minister in the Kulmiye Government and a current opposition MP, complained that the administration of Mr Faisal Ali Warabe’s UCID party has led the Somaliland people down the garden path. “When we ruled the country, we were fair and listened to the complaints of our opposition. However, Mr Warabe with the subtle collusion of the Wadani Party, has refused to listen to any of our experienced misgivings about his unconstitutional use of our armed forces in curbing demonstrations all around Somaliland”. Muse Bihi Abdi, the chairman and current leader of the party has also expressed his annoyance with Mr Warabe’s actions. “This government is trying to destroy everything we worked hard to build in the last six years. They have already disbanded the RRU, are attempting to reverse the free school attendance for primary school kids and want to renege some of the treaties and memos of understanding that we have with some of our friends abroad. Our sources also tell us that they have been having secret correspondence with the administration in Somalia regarding a covert plan for reunification”. Both the Somaliland and British governments refused to make a comment. 2022 – Hargeisa, Somaliland Jamal Ali Hussein who recently won the elections as the leader of the Kulmiye Party has denounced the actions of his former colleagues in attempting to force the UK government to take sides on the dispute over the Naaso Hablood 18 May decorations. “This is a celebration of our independence and as the president of this proud country, I believe there is nothing wrong with colouring those two erectly proud mountains with the Somaliland flag” said president Jamal. Muse Bihi Abdi, the current Ucid Party leader (and former Kulmiye chairman) expressed his bemusement at the reactions of the president. “We are not opposing the celebration of 18 May or the draping of the flag on those two mountains. What we object to is the involvement of the UK government in providing funds for such a trivial action. Somaliland has a national annual budget and the government should be using that instead of begging for outside assistance. Alas, we believe that this government has squandered most of its Budget when building the new presidential palace on the outskirts of Berbera”. Hersi Ali Haji Adan, the leader of the Wadani Party has joined Mr Bihi Abdi in condemning the government for its actions. “Why beg from the UK when we can borrow from Dahabshiil?” asked Mr Hersi. Both the Somaliland and British governments refused to make a comment. 2045 – Hargeisa, Somaliland Ali Tafara the leader of the small Somaliland Oromo Party (Orom-Somali) has been elected as leader of the breakaway tiny Horn of Africa state. In his acceptance speech he highlighted the hard work and dedication of the Somaliland people and thanked the many previous leaders that made it possible for him to be the first Oromo to be elected as leader in this blessed land. “We were an oppressed minority” he said “we didn’t have a voice and couldn’t defend our interests. But the wise leaders of Somaliland, by implementing laws and procedures that forbade discrimination and racism along clan, gender and ancestral lines allowed our small community to flourish and take full part in the Somaliland political process. We won this election because of our vision for a healthy and hopeful future for this great country of ours. We won because we opposed oppression and have promised to disband the dreaded RRU that was and remains a British fifth column”. The British government refused to make a comment. 20100 – Hargeisa, The United Yemeni Republic In a hotly contested election, Mr Fadi Abu Shanab of the Kulmiye Party beat Mr Bashar Al Hadrami of the UCID Party by 80 votes. The UCID party have demanded a recount and accused the British Government of colluding with Mr Abu Shanab. The British government refused to make a comment.
  4. Oh look, a monkey! Ama dhakar, ama daa. Sheikh Coofle, waan ku salaamay saaxib.
  5. Heh. Sayid, one must move with the times. (Eid Mubarak by the way).
  6. Tallaabo, for one day only I plan to bring most of them back. Watch this space. Heh.
  7. We are not dead, Tallaabo. We were on a break. I am now back.
  8. ^^^^ I've only been away for a few months. Yes, Underdog. We should. Heh.
  9. Thanks guys. GT, can anyone do business with JB & Nuune? One is always on his phone and the other has no address (last time I spoke to him he was in Russia). Heh.
  10. I heard Xiin abandoned everything to do with Somalia and is not concentrating his energies on becoming a US Senator. Ma run baa? A&T ran away with a buxom NGO and is now living in South Africa under the assumed name Adam Joseph (he changes his last name to Yusuf whenever he meets Somalis). Xaaji Xundjuf has been arrested by the Siilaanyo adminstration for mistakingly posting fale news about a new cabient reshuffle. LST's been deported for tourturing a house cat that turned its nose up at him. Inta kale war o ma hayo (except for Jacaylbaro and Nuune; lakin taasi waa top secret).
  11. These are the first lines from an ancient Arabic poem by Imru Al Qays. The poem describes him returning to an old place in the desert where the lady he loved used to live. However, as is the custom of beduins, her clan had moved away by the time he and his companions had returned. Today is the second days of Eid and as is my habit in all happy occassions, I always look back on older days and places (like the poet) and remember people I liked, places I've missed and memories I loved. So, here I am you bunch of rascals. Is anyone still here or have you all moved away like Imru Al Qays's disloyal lover? Eid Mubarak to whomever is left.
  12. It wasn't enough that he went strolling around town and walking into random mosques to pray. Now, Xaaji Siilaanyo has pushed it one further and went for a swim in Berbara. Peace is going swimmingly. Heh.
  13. Khayer, it probably is. But that has nothing to do with Clan being EVERYTHING. Wax fahan. <cite> @Reeyo said:</cite> Ngonge, you have guessed right, I did sit through the Somali one and left disappointed, swearing never to 'expect' and demand a logical analysis of Somalia from him, naturally I didn't bother with the other, especially as it was held in that 'oriental' mental slavery uni. I felt deceived and felt I was participating in an intellectual hoax. Now you tell me he was playing the whiteman disguise?? So his performance in front of a Somali audience, speaking in his native tongue was watered down on purpose? He went out of his way to ensure we (Us poor average Somali) couldn't not engage with his 'research' nor his high rational analysis of the current economic situation of Somalia? So he gave us the makhayad talk instead believing we couldn't comprehend anything? He was suppose to share findings, actual objective data and evaluation of various developments in SL, local/national political trends, education, trade, cultural? I think you made my opinion of him grow worst, he 'preforms' in English in front of 'scholars and students'. Like I said, different subjects and different approaches. I didn't reply in order to change your opinion about his personality, approach or politics. I simply wanted to challenge the idea that he was NOT an intellectual. And again, if you expected him to be whiter than white or that all his listeners would agree with every word he says, it wasn't an intellectual you needed but a prophet. Wax fahan.